Primal Scream announce three 30th anniversary ‘Screamadelica’ reissues

Including a 12" singles box set and demos album 'Demodelica'

Primal Scream have announced a series of 30th anniversary celebrations for their iconic album ‘Screamadelica’.

The album was released on September 23, 1991, and went on to become one of the most-loved albums of the decade.

On September 17, the band will release a new 10LP box set of 12″ singles from the ‘Screamadelica’ era, including a previously unreleased mix of ‘Shine Like Stars’ from the late Andrew Weatherall, who produced the entire album.

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A double picture disc edition of ‘Screamadelica’ will also be released on that day, before a new demos album called ‘Demodelica’ follows on October 15, featuring unheard demos and mixes from the ‘Screamadelica’ sessions.

See the new reissues and the tracklist for the ‘Demodelica’ album below. Pre-orders for all three reissues are available here.

Primal Scream
Primal Scream – ‘Screamadelica’ 12″ singles box set.

Primal Scream
Primal Scream – ‘Demodelica’ 2LP.

‘Demodelica’:

Side A
1. ‘Come Together’ (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)
2. ‘Damaged’ (Hackney Studio Demo)
3. ‘Movin’ On Up’ (Hackney Studio Demo)

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Side B
1. ‘Higher Than The Sun’ (Isle Of Dogs Home Studio)
2. ‘Higher Than The Sun’ (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)
3. ‘I’m Comin’ Down’ (Isle Of Dogs Home Studio)
4. ‘I’m Comin’ Down’ (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)

Side C
1. ‘Don’t Fight It, Feel It’ (Isle Of Dogs Home Studio)
2. ‘Don’t Fight It, Feel It’ (Isle Of Dogs Hypnotone Mix)
3. ‘Don’t Fight It, Feel It’ (EMI Publishing Studio Mix)
4. ‘Inner Flight’ (Hackney Studio Vocal Melody)
5. ‘Inner Flight’ (Henry A Cappella Jam Studio)
6. ‘Inner Flight’ (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)

Side D
1. ‘Shine Like Stars’ (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)
2. ‘Shine Like Stars’ (Eden Studio Demo)
3. ‘Screamadelica’ (Eden Studio Demo)

Elsewhere, Primal Scream‘s Bobby Gillespie has spoken of how “flattered” the band are that Lorde was influenced by their seminal ‘Screamadelica’ track ‘Loaded’ for her recent single ‘Solar Power’.

The New Zealand singer spoke about Primal Scream’s influence on her comeback single – pinpointing ‘Loaded’ as a key inspiration behind it – before the indie veterans took to Twitter to share that they “loved” the song.

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